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Apr 09, 2016 17:18 |  #7471

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Very Nice !

I wish her hands weren't chopped up. She looks like she could kick is rear:-P


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Apr 09, 2016 17:33 |  #7472

DanangMonkey wrote in post #17966290 (external link)
I'd say without.... just too distracting in b&w ....or you could go with the Cindy Crawford viewpoint

Thought that myself too. I was worried it may make the photo feel "fake" as I had already edited it with it, and knew it should be there.


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Apr 09, 2016 17:39 as a reply to  @ post 17966293 |  #7473

On camera speedlight pointed up and behind me. Bounces off the ceiling/wall diffusing really well into the rest of the room. I think I lightened it up a bit in post, because I just set ETTL at the time. Normally I just set my speedlights to 1/4-1/2 power and adjust for exposure after that, which is what I should have done here. That not being the case, lightening in post gave me a bit of extra noise that I would have rather not had.


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Apr 09, 2016 17:40 |  #7474

cubatahavana wrote in post #17966310 (external link)
Thought that myself too. I was worried it may make the photo feel "fake" as I had already edited it with it, and knew it should be there.


Cuba...sorry, I mistyped. I meant without the edit...


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Apr 09, 2016 17:44 |  #7475

BobbyMartin wrote in post #17966321 (external link)
On camera speedlight pointed up and behind me. Bounces off the ceiling/wall diffusing really well into the rest of the room. I think I lightened it up a bit in post, because I just set ETTL at the time. Normally I just set my speedlights to 1/4-1/2 power and adjust for exposure after that, which is what I should have done here. That not being the case, lightening in post gave me a bit of extra noise that I would have rather not had.

Wouldn't have guessed a speedlight, looks damn nice!


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Apr 09, 2016 17:50 |  #7476

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Wouldn't have guessed a speedlight, looks damn nice!

Why does that surprise you?


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Apr 09, 2016 18:02 as a reply to  @ DanangMonkey's post |  #7477

Oh well, no worries. She prefers it with the cloned neck. She's the boss, and nothing else matters:)


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Apr 09, 2016 18:21 |  #7478

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Why does that surprise you?

I haven't received my secret lighting decoder ring yet, they aren't issued until after 10,000 posts.


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Apr 09, 2016 18:24 |  #7479

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I haven't received my secret lighting decoder ring yet, they aren't issued until after 10,000 posts.

I'm sure there's a chinese knock-off you can get for 500 posts.


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Apr 09, 2016 18:25 |  #7480

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I'm sure there's a chinese knock-off you can get for 500 posts.

That's what I was Using !! buts its not sensitive enough to discriminate between speedlights and studio strobes.


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Apr 09, 2016 18:33 as a reply to  @ post 17966273 |  #7481

I'd be careful taking that out! lol




  
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Apr 09, 2016 18:38 |  #7482

DanangMonkey wrote in post #17966361 (external link)
I haven't received my secret lighting decoder ring yet, they aren't issued until after 10,000 posts.

Well, start typing:-P

Bouncing is gonna provide a large light source, so impossible to tell what the source is inside.


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Apr 09, 2016 21:16 |  #7483

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Well, start typing:-P

Bouncing is gonna provide a large light source, so impossible to tell what the source is inside.

.... Welcome to the typical Online Forum version of Lord of the Flies


(alleged) Experienced Person A asks the (alleged) less-experienced person B a rhetorical question, a question that once answered can display person A's superior knowledge over person B.

Person B doesn't take the bait.... attempts to deflect the inevitable by infusing eclectic humor ... Person A continues on-target to delivery a stunning kill with his superiority-knowledge bounced light weapon...

Person A gloats in his victory... and trolls the board looking for his next Noob Victim...


Person B cowers in humiliation, his eyes still blinded by the soft-bounced light ...... He laid the conch with great care in the grass at his feet. The humiliating tears were running from the corner of each eye. “I’m not going to play any longer. Not with you.”

Different ending with this version ... in the Book the Pig died....


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Apr 09, 2016 21:25 |  #7484

Playing around with my new copy of the 70-200 2.8 IS II. I don't do boudoir, but we were goofing around and trying last night, this is one of the quick shots I pulled that I liked in between poses.

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Apr 09, 2016 22:07 |  #7485

PExpo wrote in post #17966521 (external link)
Playing around with my new copy of the 70-200 2.8 IS II. I don't do boudoir, but we were goofing around and trying last night, this is one of the quick shots I pulled that I liked in between poses.

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